Mizzou rolls out lofty goals for bolstered enrollment, graduation, employment
ST. LOUIS - The University of Missouri-Columbia has new goals when it comes to enrollment.
Actually, for graduation and employment, too.
Mizzou leaders unveiled five lofty five-year goals Monday that tie back to the central theme of growth at the state's flagship university.
The plan includes increasing the number of freshmen and undergraduate transfer students by about 17 percent, and boosting the school's four-year graduation rate by about 9 percent.
The plan has been i...